Lets start by noting that an election almost slipped by me, on the 17th, in the Australian Capital Territory. Sunrise on the 16th in the area is about an hour or so away from the time this will post. As such, by this time on Saturday, we'll have some results.
There's only been one poll and it suggests the Liberals are up, but not by enough to win government. However, that one poll was from September. Labor has traditionally had strength in the area, with previous Liberal wins coming when "other" parties (IE, not Labor, Liberal, or Green) win seats; and polls suggest "other" parties are polling down, not up, from the previous election.
New Zealand votes on the same day. My current thinking is as follows:
40 - Nat
11 - Grn
11 - ACT
Bolivia votes the following day.
Mesa remains ahead in the polls.
Lastly, Germany is not expected to vote any time soon, but, my thoughts are as follows:
Germany (with change from previous election) [assuming 709 seats total after all overhang seats are applied]
148 - GRN +81
118 - SPD -35
75 - AfD -19
55 - LNK -14
42 - FDP -38
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